|Sterben - Asaguare|
Weird cover version of the song 'Sterben' (Dying) written by my niece Ronja. Lyrics and melody have been altered slightly for rhyming and singing purposes. My voice sounds pretty strange (like a drunken hag) due to massive pitching and processing.
Keywords: pop; vocals; lyrics; song; german
|Nada - Asaguare|
Dark experimental Latin Rather dark and experimental than a typical Latin tune. The title means 'nothing' and there's really nothing special except for that monotonously flowing, dominating bass drone. Quoting Silvia, the lyrics are "about a girl not changing her ideas, dreams or way of life after engaging in a relationship". Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO
Keywords: ambient; latin; pop; vocals; lyrics; song; experimental
|Tu Corazon - Asaguare|
One of my brother's test tracks, extended by vocals, bass and percussion. The title means 'Your Heart' and the song is "... about the cold and desert heart of someone that seemed to love you, but, in the end, didn't." Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO
Keywords: electronica; pop; vocals; lyrics; song; latin
|Moomeshki - Asaguare|
Groovy Ethnopop arrangement. Oriental flavoured ambience, based on the song 'Ey Dokhtare Moomeshki' by my old friend Nosrat (aka Noston). Male vocals: Nosrat Charkhi
Keywords: ethno; folk; pop; oriental; vocals; lyrics; groove
|Hazakimon - Asaguare|
Relaxed ethnic mashup.
Keywords: alternative; collage; ethno; vocals; lyrics; bagpipe
|Cidade Sol - Asaguare|
Sort of progressive Latin Pop. Vocals, lyrics: Tamy
Keywords: progressive; latin; pop; vocals; lyrics; song
|Skizofrenia - Asaguare|
Alternative Pop, featuring Liliana (vocals/lyrics) a singer from Hungaria.
Keywords: alternative; pop; vocals; lyrics; song; hungarian
|Straniera - Asaguare|
Italian Electropop Such latin disco music kinda boomed in the early 80's in many German clubs. Wasn't liking it too much at that time, but rediscovered its drippy retro atmosphere lately. Lyrics: Francesco Carosone Vocals: Flavia Capodicasa
Keywords: vocals; lyrics; song; italian; disco; electronica; pop
|Ieva Patapouf - Asaguare|
Catchy traditional Finnish polka theme (Ievan Polkka). Male vocals: herkko
Keywords: traditional; folk; ethno; polka; vocals; lyrics; finnish
|Kling - Asaguare|
I love vocals. The more exotic the better. Singing voices are just so expressive, no matter what language or culture. And this time it's a Klingon Bird-of-Prey crew! Enjoy a quite mushy version of the Klingon anthem 'tlhIngan', basically a war song, probably known by hardcore Trekkies only. Vocals: Bird-of-Prey crew
Keywords: alternative; pop; vocals; lyrics; klingon; ironic
|Hnadeya - Asaguare|
Strange ambience with rocking drums and African chanting. Vocals, lyrics: Afroganic
Keywords: alternative; ethno; vocals; lyrics; chant; africa
|Tanto Ruido - Asaguare|
Dark minimal dubstep. Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO
Keywords: raggae; dub; vocals; lyrics; song; latin; minimal
|Am Brunnen Vor Dem Tore - Asaguare|
Slightly modernized version of a German folk song. Lyrics: Wilhelm Müller Music: Franz Schubert
Keywords: folk; ethno; synth; vocals; lyrics; song; german
Downloads: 1,843 (1 review)
|Heimweh - Asaguare|
German/English guitar ballad about being far from home. A quite old one, must have written it in the early 80s. Kept it arranged simple - only guitars and vocals - just as I used to play this tune over the years.
Keywords: ballad; vocals; lyrics; song; german; english; guitar
|Schwarzes Herz - Asaguare|
German metal ballad.
Keywords: rock; metal; ballad; vocals; lyrics; song; german
|Tu Es Mon Soleil - Asaguare|
French Chanson style Popsong. English refrain add. vocals: Fenix
Keywords: pop; chanson; vocals; lyrics; song; french; english
|Una Cancion - Asaguare|
Ambient Latin Jazz with vocal improvisation.
Keywords: ambient; latin; jazz; vocals; lyrics; song; improvisation; rhodes; lounge; chill
|Szomorufuz - Asaguare|
Ballad, based on the Hungarian poem 'Szomorúfüz', written by József Attila. The title means 'Weeping Willow'. Seems to be a melancholic poem - hence I used a decent instrumentation to make it a nicely flowing Folk style song. Vocals: lilkoo Lyrics: József Attila
Keywords: ballad; ethno; vocals; lyrics; song; hungarian; poem; poetry
|Para Uso Industrial - Asaguare|
Melting ElectroPop into Industrial. Silvia's pellas always sound a bit shy and muted, suitable for ballads and soft-sung tunes. But here I wanted to put her in a somewhat darker environment. Although Goth would have been an option, I decided to do it with Tech/Electro because of some 'happy chords' that I wanted to lighten up this minor key piece. As a nice effect, the synths also make it a bit 80s New Wave, which once has been my favoured dance music...
Keywords: industrial; pop; electronica; vocals; lyrics; song; latin; dark
|Del Silencio - Asaguare|
Smooth and minimal Latin Lounge. Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO
Keywords: ambient; minimal; pop; latin; lounge; vocals; lyrics; song; chill
|Peut Etr - Asaguare|
Alternative Pop, based on the love poem 'Aimée' by MiElle who also performs the spoken verses. I thought it was time for something French; it's such a lovely language to listen to, isn't it? Female voice, lyrics: MiElle
Keywords: alternative; pop; vocals; lyrics; french; poem; poetry; vocoder
|Que Pena - Asaguare|
Latin Dancefloor (vocals/lyrics: Tamy) Don't know much about the Portuguese language and I'm an even worse dancer, haha, but when I found Tamy's pella, I just had to give it a try. The title means 'what a pity' and although the mix was intended to sound technoish, it came out rather triphop and mainstream... pffft, what a pity, but it's ok - so it has got a nice latin groove for moody moments...
Keywords: dancefloor; latin; disco; brazil; triphop; vocals; lyrics; song
|Uskudar - Asaguare|
Slightly modernized version of a traditional Turkish folksong (Üsküdar'a gideriken). Vocals: EVRiM
Keywords: dancefloor; folk; ethno; traditional; vocals; lyrics; song; turkish
|Non Mi Ricordo - Asaguare|
Industrial - Glitchy dark ballad Vocals, lyrics: Susan Joseph (aka SackJo22)
Keywords: industrial; vocals; lyrics; song; italian; latin; dark; ballad; glitch; soundscape
|Ultima Vez - Asaguare|
Just to contrast with my latest tech/electro submissions, this is a very softly flowing ballad. Almost pure acappella - I've only added some shy percussion and a nice guitar solo. Please lean back and relax... Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO
Keywords: latin; pop; vocals; lyrics; song; ballad; choir; chill
Downloads: 1,243 (2 reviews)
|Yalla - Asaguare|
Creole Folk Some nice folk style dance music. The other day a mate and I were discussing odd measures, in particular 9/8. Never did such rhythms before, and I was wondering how such a song would turn out. Well, the playing wasn't very hard, but the singing really needs concentration. When you had 4/4 and 3/4 for decades, a sudden 9/8 doesn't feel familiar, I can tell, but in the end it was fun and the result seems to sound pretty much authentic.
Keywords: vocals; lyrics; french; song; creole; dance; folk; accordion; concertina
|Es Wird Kalt - Asaguare|
German pop song about saying good-bye when love gets cold.
Keywords: alternative; pop; rock; vocals; lyrics; song; ballad; german; sad; love
|Maskerade - Asaguare|
Wrote this poem in 1985 and made it a song a few years later. Recorded it in 2008, finally. It's about the old story of a cool guy who falls in love with a woman, but firstly doesn't show her too much feelings. Then comes the day when he changes, getting soft and emotional; yet too late... she already adopted his tough behaviour and went away, now her is the cool one.
Keywords: german; pop; ballad; vocals; lyrics; song; poem; poetry; love; chill
|Apotheose - Asaguare|
Chilling poetry setting. Our grand master of surrealism not only brushed his canvas, he also found time to write. Here's one of his essays, read by himself, garnished with vocoder and some cute ambience. Vocals: Salvador Dalí (Apothéose du Dollar, 1967)
Keywords: ambient; vocals; lyrics; spoken; french; poem; poetry; chill; dali; vocoder
Downloads: 413 (1 review)
|Damals - Asaguare|
Sad German pop song about remembering old times and old love.
Keywords: alternative; pop; vocals; lyrics; song; ballad; german; sad
|Shoshaloza - Asaguare|
African Ethno, weird acappella mashup. This almost became a choral cluster - the first version had 8 voice layers. But to preserve at least a little bit of transparency, I removed some and ended with 4 layers plus percussion. May still sound confusing, anyway it's interesting to pick and trace individual voices. Vocal artists: Mtuba Thulisa, Mandyleigh Storm, Vieux Farka Touré, Emily
Keywords: experimental; collage; mashup; pop; ethno; chant; vocals; lyrics; african; africa; english
|Jamaconato - Asaguare|
Chillout Latin Jazz arrangement. Vocals, lyrics: SilviaO
Keywords: ambient; vocals; lyrics; song; latin; jazz; guitar; saxophone; strings; choir; bossa
|Dingding Thing - Asaguare|
This was my Free-Tibet-contribution and a rather weird fusion of different audio elements and styles. The idea was born when I found an acapella sung by Sa Dingding during an interview. She was said to be the rising star in modern asian/pacific pop scene and might have been the first eastern artist being able to enter western world top charts. Well, guess this really could happen - she already got several music awards, and her sorta traditional Mongolian singing/intonation style is embedded in w...
Keywords: asia; experimental; china; tibet; mongolia; vocals; lyrics; chant; industrial; jazz; ethno
|Kufstein - Asaguare|
Synthpop version of a traditional Austrian folk song. For those who don't know the original version: it's a quite sentimental and drippy waltz in major key with simple lyrics and joyful melody, usually performed by vocalist/choir and a good amount of strings. My electrified version is in minor key and the lyrics are sung via vocoder. To maintain authenticity, I've thrown in some yodel clips. Lyrics: Karl Ganzer
Keywords: electronica; synth; pop; traditional; folk; vocals; lyrics; song; german; austria; vocoder
|Earn A Quran - Asaguare|
Holy reading over Minimal Deep Tech-House. Although I'm atheist and never cared about political/religious correctness, I had to drop this one as pure provocation; just to satirize the recent hype of 'Burn a Quran' (which IMO is a silly idea anyway). From a musical point of view I love listening to any meditative recitings, and after a couple of western and eastern mixdowns it's just another one in a series of spiritual chanting tunes...
Keywords: experimental; ambient; electronica; minimal; house; ethno; vocals; lyrics; spoken; chant; oriental; recitation; meditation